Dragoljub Jacimović

Dragoljub Jacimović (born 10 January 1964) is a Macedonian chess Grandmaster (GM) (2001), Macedonian Chess Championship winner (1996), Chess Olympiad individual gold medal winner (2000).

Dragoljub Jacimović
Dragoljub Jacimovic EchT 2013.jpg
Dragoljub Jacimović in 2013
CountryYugoslavia
North Macedonia
Born (1964-01-10) 10 January 1964 (age 56)
TitleGrandmaster (GM) (2001)
FIDE rating2400 (March 2020)
Peak rating2504 (April 2001)

BiographyEdit

Twice Dragoljub Jacimović played in Yugoslav Chess Championship finals (1985, 1991). After Macedonia's proclamation of independence he has been one of the leading Macedonian chess players. Dragoljub Jacimović has repeatedly participated in the Macedonian Chess Championships, with the best successes in 1996 (winner), 2005 (shared 1st - 3rd place), 2007 (shared 2nd - 3rd place), 2008 (shared 3rd - 5th). In 1998, in Skopje Dragoljub Jacimović ranked 3rd in the International Chess Tournament, but in 2011, in this tournament, he shared 1st -5th place.

Dragoljub Jacimović played for North Macedonia in the Chess Olympiads:[1]

Dragoljub Jacimović played for North Macedonia in the World Team Chess Championship:[2]

  • In 2001, at third board in the 5th World Team Chess Championship in Yerevan (+0, =3, -2).

Dragoljub Jacimović played for North Macedonia in the European Team Chess Championships:[3]

  • In 1997, at first reserve board in the 11th European Team Chess Championship in Pula (+2, =5, -0),
  • In 2001, at fourth board in the 13th European Team Chess Championship in León (+2, =3, -2),
  • In 2005, at third board in the 15th European Team Chess Championship in Gothenburg (+1, =2, -3),
  • In 2013, at first reserve board in the 19th European Team Chess Championship in Warsaw (+1, =2, -0).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "OlimpBase :: Men's Chess Olympiads :: Dragoljub Jacimović". www.olimpbase.org.
  2. ^ "OlimpBase :: World Team Chess Championship :: Dragoljub Jacimović". www.olimpbase.org.
  3. ^ "OlimpBase :: European Men's Team Chess Championship :: Dragoljub Jacimović". www.olimpbase.org.

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